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The United States Census Bureau listed North Las Vegas as one of the fastest growing cities in America late in the 2000s. The city is located in the northeast corner of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Surrounded by a beautiful mountain range and a desert valley, North Las Vegas enjoys sunshine 86 percent of the year, with an average daily temperature of 78 degrees. The North Las Vegas Airport (formerly known as Sky Haven Aiport) was established on Dec. 7, 1941 – the day Pearl Harbor was attacked in Hawaii.

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Military Chief Says Transgender Policy to Remain

The nation's top military officer says U.S. policy on transgender individuals serving in uniform has not - and will not - change until Defense Secretary Jim Mattis receives the president's policy direction and Mattis determines how to implement it. Gen. Joseph Dunford is chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Man wounded in shooting during police chase identified

A man shot by Metro Police on Monday when he allegedly shot at officers after a car chase has been identified through jail booking logs as 38-year-old William Alfredo Chafoya. Chafoya was booked at the Clark County Detention Center on two counts of assault on a protected person and one count each of possession of a gun with an altered or removed serial number, and disobeying peace officers and endangering other persons or property, jail logs show.

Flash flood warning issued as heavy rain sweeps valley

A flash flood warning is in effect this morning for the east Las Vegas Valley, where heavy rains were already coming down, according to the National Weather Service. The flood warning, which includes Henderson and North Las Vegas, is in effect until 9:45 a.m., the weather service said.

Clark County, constable play blame game over medical waiver

North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason appears before the Clark County Commission, Wednesday, July 5, 2017, in Las Vegas. Commissioners, who are considering whether to declare Eliason's office vacated, voted to delay making their decision for two weeks.

GOP faces growing demographic nightmare in West

When the Mirage Hotel and Casino opened in 1989, it kicked off one of the most significant construction booms in recent history. Four new mega-casinos opened in quick succession on the Las Vegas Strip, bringing in tens of thousands of new residents to work as card dealers, cocktail servers, security guards and maids.

Hyperloop completes big first test

A US start-up has pulled off a major test of Elon Musk's super speed train idea. "We essentially invented our own sky in a tube," the company said.

Housing authority funding down another year as officials brace for further cuts

Southern Nevada's housing authority is planning improvements at units and single-family homes in the Las Vegas Valley even as officials make do with less federal funding. The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is getting $3.1 million in federal funding for capital projects and operations, down from $3.8 million last year, says Amparo Gamazo, the agency's interim executive director.

Nevada DMV nabs criminal with facial recognition technology

A man who fled federal custody more than 25 years ago couldn't escape new-age crime fighting, thanks to facial recognition technology. The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles said it nabbed 64-year-old Robert Frederick Nelson in June as he tried to renew his state identification card.

Experts: Scrapped electric-car plant may mean industry woes

In this Jan. 3, 2017, file photo, Faraday Future's FF 91 electric car is unveiled during a news conference at CES International in Las Vegas. Electric car maker Faraday Future said Monday, July 10, 2017 that it is deserting its plan to construct a $1 billion manufacturing plant in southern Nevada eight months after suspending the project and sinking at least $120 million into it.

Faraday Future drops US factory plan

A Faraday Future FF 91 electric car takes off across the stage in an exhibition of speed during an unveiling event at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 3, 2017. [Photo/Agencies] Last year, Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz questioned plans by LeEco founder Jia Yueting to build a $1 billion, 1 million-square-foot electric-car plant there.

Experts: Scrapped Electric-Car Plant May Mean Industry Woes

An electric car maker deserted its plan to construct a $1 billion manufacturing plant in southern Nevada in a move experts say could spell trouble for the company and the broader niche electric automobile industry. The decision to scrap the plant was due to a shift in business strategy, Faraday Future Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause said Monday.

Woman, 2 men sought in North Las Vegas armed robbery

Two men and a woman are being sought in an armed robbery at a North Las Vegas business Wednesday morning, according to city police. Officers were dispatched about 5:20 a.m. to the 6400 block of Losee Road, near Centennial Parkway, police said.

Southern Nevada contractor buys Apex land for $2.6M

A 650-acre site, including a mountain, right, was recently bought by a Southern Nevada contractor in Apex, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. @PConnPie A 650-acre site, including a mountain, right, was recently bought by a Southern Nevada contractor in Apex, Wednesday, July 5, 2017.

City of Las Vegas develops new tool in fight against squatters

Neighbors Jeff Raithel, left, Flemming Moses, center, and Yvonne Karim talk in front of a house that was occupied by squatters in the northwest part of the valley Dec. 9, 2015. The neighbors said the occupants of a squatter house threw a Halloween party that got out of hand and ended in an early morning shooting.

Voter turnout suggests it's time to combine elections

Election workers wait for voters during the primary election at Green Valley High School in Henderson Tuesday, June 12, 2012. The argument against rescheduling local elections in Southern Nevada to coincide with voting on state and national races is officially dead.

Las Vegan trained everyday to be on 'American Ninja Warrior' - VIDEO

Jelani Allen, a 21-year-old "American Ninja Warrior" devotee, drove more than 1,300 miles from his Las Vegas home to Kansas City, Missouri, with his 81-year-old grandfather in tow, then slept outside the audition space for 10 days with no guarantee he'd even get to try out for the NBC competition show.

Tourists, locals buy Nevada's legal recreational marijuana

Tourists and locals alike were among the more than 100 people waiting in line at one Las Vegas-area dispensary Saturday as Nevada became the latest state in the U.S. with stores selling marijuana for recreational purposes. Minnesota resident Edgar Rosas Lorenzo on Saturday flew with his family to Sin City for a wedding.

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